"Number One" as written by and Jason Sechrist John Gourley....
Freedom
Freedom
Freedom
Freedom
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
A long way from my home
Sometimes I feel like I'm almost gone
Sometimes I feel like I'm almost gone

When the morning came
Like another's pain
But didn't know to fade
Like the sound it made
Let's go down the drain
With the falling rain
Wash away the stains
In that evening shade

It's that sufferin'
Don't know why it brings
Such sweet memories
Will be the enemy

But you'll come out alright
(Yeah) I know it seems there's no end in sight
(Yeah) But it doesn't mean you can't put up a fight
But you don't know how
But you don't know how

No no no no
No no no no
No no no no
No no no no

All the trails we blazed
Have long since been paved
Leading the modern age
On down memory lane
Can't turn the page
Like it's just a phase
Somehow still be amazed
That the leaves had changed

It's that sufferin'
Don't know why it brings
Such sweet memories
Will be the enemy

But you'll come out alright
(Yeah) I know it seems there's no end in sight
(Yeah) But it doesn't mean you can't put up a fight
But you don't know how
But you don't know how

But you'll come out alright
(Yeah) I know it seems there's no end in sight
(Yeah) But it doesn't mean you can't put up a fight
But you don't know how
But you don't know how

Sometimes I feel like I'm almost gone
Sometimes I feel like I'm almost gone
When I leave my brother
(Yeah) father
(Yeah) sister
(Yeah) mother
Yeah yeah yeah yeah

It's gonna be all right
Telling white lies
Late nights
The sunrise
'Cause when we rise up
We rise up above
All of the chaos
To get lost
Don't make it, don't make it, wake up
'Cause I'm gonna be like a drum
And never get soul or give soul
But baby you make me feel love


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"Number One" as written by Jason Sechrist John Gourley

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